By Mayillah Ezekiel
Photographer Shayne Laverdière
Fashion Editor Tinashe Musara
Hair Stylist Olivier Miotto
Makeup Artist Nicolas Blanchet

 

Continuing last season’s obsession with curls, a lot of texture, and waves, wild 80s curls are once again all over the runways. To get the look, start by applying an all-over thickening spray gel like Kerastase’s Matérialiste to wet hair. Use a diffuser to dry your hair to set the form, and perfect the look by using a curling iron to redefine the curls. As a finishing touch, use a texturizing product like L’Oréal’s Next Hair Day to add long-lasting volume and texture.

BUMBLE AND BUMBLE Bb. Curl (Style) Pre-Style/Re-Style Primer ($31).
L’ORÉAL PROFESSIONNEL Next Hair Day ($).
VERNON FRANÇOIS Curl ~ Moisture Spray ($48).
KÉRASTASE Matérialiste ($41).
MOROCCANOIL Curl Re-energizing Spray ($28).

 

 

 

 

 

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DRYBAR All Tressed Up Bundle ($189).
KÉRASTASE Couture Styling Laque Dentelle ($41).
SHU UEMURA Essence Absolue ($69).

 

 

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Accentuate those curls instead of taming them, and make your short locks feel revived this spring. To add body to a short hairstyle, simply apply a volumizing product to wet hair with your fingers and let dry. Add movement and definition by using a curling iron and applying L’Oréal’s Super Dust to the roots.

Photographer Shayne Laverdière.
Videographer Carol Ribeiro.
Fashion Editor Tinashe Musara.
Hair Stylist Olivier Miotto.
Makeup Nicolas Blanchet at Folio.
Models Rachel at Dulcedo. Ramona at Another Species. Eden at Dulcedo.

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César Ochoa
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Cesar Ochoa studied arts in Mexico City where he finds a fascination for fashion magazines. He moves to Canada in 2006 and soon he started collaborating for some magazines in Toronto and Montreal as photographer and graphic designer. Huge fan of Dress to kill he started working for the magazine for two years now as art director.

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